A Capitol observance for Wisconsin's murder victims. Bill Swanson of Madison leads the Central Wisconsin Chapter of Parents of Murdered Children, and was keynote speaker at a Capitol rotunda observance of the first national Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims. Swanson, whose 26 year old son Daniel was killed in a June 2003 triple homicide in Verona, says society has become too accepting of murder: it's even in our video games. Families of homicide victims from all over the state attended the ceremony hosted by the state Justice Department's office of Crime Victims Services .
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